Do you like quotations? I do, so you can quote me on that (or check out previous posts). So I signed up for Deepmemo after seeing it described by Mashable Stan (emphasis added by me).
Deepmemo tackles competitors such as Google Notebook not with zillions of features, but by its simplicity. It comes in the form of an unobtrusive Firefox Firefox 3 or IE7 plugin… What makes Deepmemo interesting is its social features.
Here’s my Deepmemo page. Here’s a quote from real life. “Nothing slams on the brakes like somebody eating your sandwich.” That’s from Maddie, my 4yo daughter.
The first quote is “CHECKERD SKULL 2PK.” I own the stuff to which it refers. The second is as follows.
In 1933 a bathysphere expedition intended to break the world record for ocean descent was lost under mysterious circumstances. The cause of the disaster was never determined and no three-toed sloth was ever put in command of a bathysphere again.
That second quote inspired the image you (I hope) see. It’s by Phineas X. Jones, and I became aware of it via Robot Walrus.
Back to that first quote, the one about checker’d skulls. It’s from a receipt we got at Old Navy on Sunday, when I bought a 2-pack of socks for $1.99 (less than fitty cent a sock)! One pair has a checker pattern, the other skulls. No prizes for guessing which pair I expect to wear more.
The most quotable post I’ve read of late is the one that includes both of the following:
- I would be too unnerved by my own pullover
- I removed my brother-in-law’s trousers
For the second day in a row, I am moved to award a quote of the day award. Today’s winner comes from Wired (via Reddit): Most of the cells in your body are not your own, nor are they even human.